Experts question Madagascar’s bid to tap wind energy

Madagascar is aiming to plug its energy gap and reduce its carbon emissions by encouraging a major investment in large-scale wind-turbines, the country's interim president,...

Interview with Nobel prize winner Elinor Ostrom on climate change

The governance of natural resources like land, the oceans, rivers and the atmosphere, can affect the impact of some of the world’s biggest crises...

Strategic agreement in energy sector and four important contracts signed between international companies and...

Important contracts in education, audiovisual sector, infrastructure and agriculture were signed in the presence of Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba at the occasion of...

EAPIC to focus on geothermal energy opportunities in East Africa

The upcoming East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC) in Nairobi in September will feature a Geothermal Power Summit, providing a dedicated focus on the...

Report highlights conflict in agricultural research

Efforts to increase food production are clashing with efforts to reduce agriculture's greenhouse gas emissions says a group of international scientists. Improved food storage boosts...

China leading global efforts on clean coal

China is come a step closer to capturing and storing its carbon emissions with the launch of the GreenGen coal gasification plant in Tianjin, according to a report...

SA: Singulus Technologies receives new solar order

Order exceeding € 7 million for several systems in the thin-film division received, Long-time cooperation partner continues to expand CIGS research. First results already...

Nigeria Receives Approval for Additional CIF $50 million to Bolster Energy Efficiency and Renewable...

The Climate Investment Funds (CIF) (http://www.afdb.org) has announced an agreement to provide Nigeria with US $50 million to support an African Development Bank-supported program...

Uganda: Universities turn waste to substance

A foul stench hits you as you get near the Kampala City Abbatoir. The slaughter area is clean and dry but a short distance away,...

‘Waste economy’ holds economic and environmental benefits for South Africa

Major economic and environmental benefits can be gained from turning ‘waste into worth’, says the IRR in a policy paper published today in @Liberty, its...

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